Die Mädchen von Zimmer 28 : Freundschaft, Hoffnung und Überleben in Theresienstadt (Book, 2008) [WorldCat.org]
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Die Mädchen von Zimmer 28 : Freundschaft, Hoffnung und Überleben in Theresienstadt

Author: Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick
Publisher: Berlin : Aufbau, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Recounts the story of 12 of the 15 surviving girls among the between 50-60, who lived for various lenghts of time in room number 28 in the girl's home in the Theresienstadt ghetto. Based on interviews with the survivors, who meet yearly in a ski restor in the Czech Republic, and on letters and journals from 1943-44, mainly by Helga Pollak. Discusses everyday concerns and activities, including the girls'  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick
ISBN: 9783351026639 3351026633
OCLC Number: 646920109
Description: 383 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), facsimiles, portraits ; 19 cm
Responsibility: Hannelore Brenner-Wonschick.

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Recounts the story of 12 of the 15 surviving girls among the between 50-60, who lived for various lenghts of time in room number 28 in the girl's home in the Theresienstadt ghetto. Based on interviews with the survivors, who meet yearly in a ski restor in the Czech Republic, and on letters and journals from 1943-44, mainly by Helga Pollak. Discusses everyday concerns and activities, including the girls' participation in Hans Kraśa's children's opera "Brundibár", which was performed in the ghetto in autumn 1943. Recounts also the girls' reactions to the deportations, which began in August 1943, and tore their group apart as well. In October 1944 Helga Pollak was deported to Auschwitz and later to Flossenbürg. She was reunited with her father in Theresienstad, where the father had also been interned, in January 1945.

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